Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin. There is a trio of K vitamins, Kl, K2, can be formed by natural bacteria in the intestines. K3 is a synthetic vitamin, which we are trying to avoid at all times. No dietary allowance has been established as of yet. Vitamin K is essential in the formation of prothrombin, a blood-clotting chemical.
What can Vitamin K do for you?
Help in preventing internal bleeding and hemorrhages. Aids in reducing excessive menstrual flow Promote blood clotting.
Natural Food Sources:
Fish liver oil
Leafy green veggies
Excessive diarrhea can be a symptom of the deficiency of vitamin K.
Yogurt is your best defense against Vitamin K deficiency. If you have nosebleeds often, increase you Vitamin K through natural food sources. Try some alfalfa tables; they might help.